A sedate but sophisticated resort with a yacht club, a fine beach and wonderful views across the bay of Pollensa. See our villas in Puerto Pollensa
Cala San Vicente
A quiet resort with four small cove beaches. The view from one of these, Cala Molins, is one of Majorca's most iconic, that of the horse promontory. See our villas in Cala San Vicente
This picturesque residential area of Alcudia has a small marina, the small beach of S'Illot nearby and, up the side of the mountain, the hermitage of La Victoria. See our villas in Bonaire
A mainly residential area outside Puerto Alcudia with a small beach and an 18-hole golf course. See our villas in Alcanada
One of the most important towns in Majorca's history as the Roman city of Pollentia was established here. The old town is enclosed behind mediaeval walls. See our villas in Alcudia
With an award-winning beach, Puerto Alcudia is really two places: the port area itself with a wide promenade and marina and the main tourism centre a couple of kilometres from the port. See our villas in Alcudia
Playa de Muro
To one side of the main road is a glorious beach, to the other side is the nature park of the Albufera wetlands. See our villas in Playa de Muro
Brooded over by the Puig de Maria mountain, Pollensa is an old town of squares and churches and the 365 steps to the Calvari oratory. See our villas in Pollensa
The centre of Majorca's potato and rice production, Sa Pobla is the location for the biggest of the Sant Antoni fire-night fiestas in January.
A small, rural picturesque town well-known for its caves and for the occasional appearance of the Fonts Ufanes, natural springs which can surface when there has been heavy rain in winter. See our villas in Campanet
At the foot of the Tramuntana mountains, Caimari is a village that has an olive fair in November. See our villas in Caimari
A very picturesque rural town known for its leather industry, its hermitage of Crist Rei is visited by pilgrims at Easter.
A small and pretty agricultural town known for its almonds and carobs. See our villas in Buger
Its main square dominated by the impressive Sant Joan church, Muro has a museum devoted to Majorcan rural life. See our villas in Muro
Mostly purpose-built from the 1960s, Can Picafort is a popular resort with two beaches and centres, one of them being Son Baulo. Near to the resort is the finca of Son Real with its ancient necropolis. See our villas in Can Picafort
Son Serra de Marina
A residential coastal development with a very laidback atmosphere and only a few bars/restaurants. Its beach is backed by dunes and part of it is popular with naturists. See our villas in Son Serra de Marina
Colonia de Sant Pere
A charming and quiet resort with relatively little development, a marina and a pleasant sandy beach.
Dominated by a hilltop fortress, Arta is a wonderful place to stay and it's history dates back to pre-Christian times, it being the site for settlements from the Talayotic period. See our villas in Arta
A resort with a strong German flavour, it is still a fishing port but also offers tourist boat excursions. There are several beaches in and near the resort.
A rocky cove in the town of Manacor with only limited tourist development, so perfect if you want a quiet getaway away from it all.
A tourist resort but also a fishing port. The attractions of the caves of Drach and Hams are in the resort which has managed to retain some of its traditional feel. See our villas in Porto Cristo
Near to Soller, this small town in the mountains is known for its orange and lemon trees and for its "correbou" (bull run) in September.
In the Tramuntana mountains and referred to as the "hidden valley", Soller is well-known for its oranges, for the tram which connects the town and Puerto Soller and the railway to Palma. See our villas in Soller
A coastal village in the Tramuntana mountains, known for its celebrities. It was where the novelist Robert Graves lived and also here that the luxury La Residencia hotel was founded by Richard Branson.
One of Majorca's most famous beauty spots. Nestled by the mountains, its charterhouse dates back to the 14th century.
One of the main centres for wine production in Majorca, the town celebrates its grape harvest at the end of September with the Vermar fair, one of the most anticipated of the island's fairs. See our villas in Binissalem
This town near to the foot of the Tramuntana mountains is surrounded by farmland. It celebrates its summer fiesta on 8 September. (It should be noted that the island's cement factory is located in Lloseta). See our villas in Lloseta
The centre of Majorca's leather industry, the town has several outlet shops selling leather goods. Its Thursday market is the largest on the island and its Dijous Bo fair in November the most important of the autumn fairs. See our villas in Inca
In the rural part of Majorca, the town is known for its capers as well as almonds. Its annual patron's fiesta is on 1 August.
A town of great antiquity, there is a good deal of agriculture in Santa Margalida as well as tourism in its resorts of Can Picafort and Son Serra de Marina. On the first Sunday of September, the town stages one of the most traditional of all the island's fiestas - La Beata.
A town with a history that stretches back to the Talayotic period, Sineu has a very popular Wednesday market and it is also home to the palace of the kings of Majorca. See our villas in Sineu
Lloret de Vistalegre
Right in the centre of Majorca, this small rural town is known for its figs, among other produce, and for its "Comuna", a public area of woodland which has long been given a protected status. See our villas in Lloret de Vistalegre
Santa Maria Del Cami
Known for its liqueurs, Santa Maria has a 17th-century town hall building and a baroque church with a blue bell.
A rural town that celebrates its fiestas - Sant Bartomeu - in August and which stages an annual fair in October.
Majorca's capital, a city of beaches, a vast marina and port, high-quality shops and numerous attractions for sightseers, such as the Cathedral, which was started in the thirteenth century and finished almost 400 years later. See our villas in Palma
The largest tourist resort on the island's east coast, Cala Millor has a fine beach, some kilometres in length. See our villas in Cala Millor
One of Majorca's larger towns, Llucmajor has a shoemaking industry in addition to its tourism, the best known of its resorts being that of Arenal. See our villas in Llucmajor
A rural town associated with the wine trade and with the cultivation of apricots and saffron. Its principal fiesta is that of Sant Roc in the middle of August.
The birthplace of the missionary Fray Junipero Serra, Petra is a small town with an imposing Gothic church, Sant Pere. See our villas in Petra
The home town of tennis player Rafael Nadal, Manacor has a popular market every Monday and among its tourist centres and attractions are the resorts of Porto Cristo and Calas de Mallorca and the caves at Drach. See our villas in Manacor
This town, which has been known for its pottery for centuries, also boasts the coastal resort of Porto Colom. There is a theory that Christopher Columbus was born in Felanitx. See our villas in Felanitx
A sandy beach in this small resort developed in the 1960s but which has remained unspoiled.
One of Majorca's first tourist resorts, its buildings have maintained a long-established whitewashed appearance. There is a marina and several beaches, such as those of Cala d'Or itself and Cala Egos. See our villas in Cala Dor
A fishing village in the municipality of Santanyi. It has a private yacht club and two small, sandy coves.
An enchanting cove, Cala Mondrago is within one of Majorca's most impressive nature parks, that of Mondrago. See our villas in Cala Mondrago
Though Santanyi has several tourist resorts, such as Cala d'Or, the town itself is a treat, its distinctive stone, for which the town is famous, giving an almost golden colour to the streets. See our villas in Santanyi
In the town of Santanyi, S'Alqueria combines tourism with agriculture and the manufacture of tiles. It has a fiesta on 19 March for its patron saint and in August for Sant Roc. See our villas in SAlqueria
Another rural part of Felanitx and one that has retained its rural charm. See our villas in Es Carritxo
This is an area of the town of Felanitx set in farmland and with a number of villa properties. See our villas in Cas Concos
A mainly agricultural town, the still relatively undeveloped resort of Sa Rapita is at one end of the famous Es Trenc beach. See our villas in Campos
Best known for its resort of Colonia Sant Jordi and for its proximity to Es Trenc beach, Ses Salines is also known for its salt marshes, and it is from these that it derives its name.
The yacht club at Sa Rapita was established by summer visitors in the early 1970s. Development since has been limited, and Sa Rapita is right next to the astonishing beach of Es Trenc. See our villas in Sa Rapita
S'Estanyol de Mitjorn. A small resort development on the border between Llucmajor and Campos. There is a small yacht club but otherwise not a great deal of development.
A small town arranged on steppes created for wine cultivation. It has small gorgeous coves, the best known being Port des Canonge.
One of Majorca's jewels. Set in a valley with the Tramuntana mountains to one side. Mainly residential now, its agriculture being mostly a thing of the past.
One of Majorca's principal tourist resorts, it has a good beach and plenty of bustle and activity. There is a yacht club and two golf courses, and one of the main celebrations is that of a battle between Moors and Christians in September. See our villas in Santa Ponsa
Purpose-built as a resort in the 1930s, Palmanova has a fine beach and is one of the island's most popular tourist destinations.
Part of the municipality of Calvia, Portals Nous has a very up-market feel, its marina, Puerto Portals, usually having luxury boats moored. The Marineland attraction is in the town. See our villas in Portals Nous
A seaside village in the municipality of Calvia, known for its luxury properties and Royal Bendinat Golf Club. See our villas in Bendinat
At the foot of the Tramuntana mountains, Alaro is famed for its castle, with origins before the 10th century Muslim occupation of Majorca, and for having had the island's first electricity system (1901). See our villas in Alaro
On the Puig de Randa hill in Algaida is the Cura monastery, one of Majorca's main spiritual sites because of an association with the 13th century religious philosopher and polymath, Ramon Llull. See our villas in Algaida
The town and port of Andratx are sought-after locations for property buyers and holidaymakers. At the southern end of the Tramuntana mountains, there is also the small island of Dragonera, an important marine reserve and nature park.
This small village is the most recent municipality in Majorca (it split from Petra in 1982). It has prehistoric roots in the Talayotic culture and its church - Nuestra Señora de Atocha - is one of Majorca's most attractive.
Also known as Cala Mosca, this development in Llucmajor takes its name from the beautiful cove. The Arenal yacht club is some three kilometres away. See our villas in Cala Blava
The name means fig tree. This quiet cove and development in Santanyi was immortalised by painter Francisco Bernareggi, who was captivated by the Y-formation of the cala and by its "harmonies in the water".
The development of Els Llombards with its cove surrounded by rocks and pines is another of Santanyi's little gems. The Es Pontàs rock looks as if it is a bridge within the sea.
Not far from Porto Cristo, Cala Mandia is a charming small resort with a fine sandy beach formed by low rocks to either side and gentle terracing of pines and bushes.
Some seven kilometres from the old town of Capdepera, Cala Mesquida is still relatively unspoiled. Its large beach is backed by dunes and pines, and it was named an area of special natural interest in 1991.
Camp de Mar
Part of Andratx, Camp de Mar retains a sense of the exclusive that is a legacy of its 1930s' Gran Hotel. Notable for the restaurant on the small island connected by a wooden bridge from the beach, it also has a top golf course.
Colonia Sant Jordi
The resort of Ses Salines, named after the famous salt flats, Colonia Sant Jordi is convenient for Majorca's most renowned natural beach - Es Trenc - and acts as the port for boat trips to the island and national park of Cabrera.
Costa de los Pinos
The "pine coast" close to Cala Bona and to the Pula and Canyamel golf courses is known for its luxury properties, its viewing-point where lovers attach padlocks and fine beaches like Es Ribell. See our villas in Costa de los Pinos
This small village in the heart of Majorca's interior is famed for its prehistoric Talayotic sanctuary of Son Corró, where the "bulls of Costitx", bronze pieces from around the 5th century BC, were discovered in 1895. See our villas in Costitx
Is a residential area of Sa Pobla on the road to Pollensa's golf course and Pollensa town. It is a place of cultural importance to the people of Sa Pobla because of the mediaeval Oratory of Santa Margalida, one of the town's patrons.
Maria de la Salut
The agricultural character of Maria is reflected in a fair devoted to the type of tomato favoured in the making of "pa amb oli". The parish church contains an image of the Virgen de la Salut (Virgin Mary) said to have been known in the Muslim era in Majorca. See our villas in Maria de la Salut
Famous for its ceramics, Marratxi is one of Majorca's larger municipalities. It is home to the Mallorca Fashion Outlet (formerly Festival Park) and to numerous prehistoric archaeological sites. See our villas in Marratxi
Still retaining its old rural character, Montuiri is typical of the agricultural plain of Majorca. It has one of the most important of Talayotic sites - Son Fornés - and the estate of the same name is being developed as a centre of archaeological heritage. See our villas in Montuiri
A small village in Bunyola, Orient epitomises rustic Majorca. It lies between the Puig d'Alaro and Serra d’Alfàbia mountains and is therefore convenient for the historic gardens of Alfàbia.
Its name is an amalgam of Palma and Bunyola. The mountains of the Tramuntana rise above it, the historic Raixa finca is close by, and Son Amar, famous for its evening shows, is in Palmanyola.
A one-time small fishing village, Portocolom is an example of a natural port in Majorca. Watched over by the historic Santueri castle, there is a theory that Christopher Columbus was born here.
This is a fairly exclusive part of Llucmajor; the Michelin-star Zaranda restaurant is at the Hilton Sa Torre Hotel. The name Sa Torre comes from a splendid mediaeval estate replete with some outstanding architecture. See our villas in Sa Torre
On the Majorcan plain, Sant Joan is a quiet village that comes alive for the two summer fiestas for its patron - Sant Joan, Saint John the Baptist - when demons are around as is, for the midsummer fiesta, the peculiar character of Sant Joan Pelós.
Sant Llorenç (Saint Lawrence) des Cardassar is the municipality noted for its resort of Sa Coma and for two others - Cala Millor and S'Illot - which it shares with neighbouring municipalities.
It takes its name from Bernat de Santa Eugenia, who was governor of Majorca shortly after the 1229 Catalan conquest. Typical of old agricultural Majorca, Santa Eugenia is one of the centres for the Binissalem DO wine region.
The municipality to which Can Picafort belongs, Santa Margalida's rich history includes the folk story about Santa Catalina Thomàs (La Beata), who is celebrated each September with the most original of Majorca fiesta processions.
Right in the heart of wine country, Sencelles is a series of villages highly characteristic of a rural way of life, such as the charming Biniali. See our villas in Sencelles
Taking its name from an estate which derived its name from the Catalan for the sorb tree, Son Servera shares the resort of Cala Millor, while among its architectural heritage is the estate with the old houses Ca s'Hereu. See our villas in Son Servera